Test Page – Paula Rogers
Paula Rogers has over 20 years of management, sales, marketing and business development expertise in roles such as General Manager, Professional Services BD, Communications and Marketing Manager, Advertising Director, GM Sales and Marketing, Publisher and CEO.
She has outstanding expertise developed in stakeholder engagement and client relationship management with an influential extensive network of contacts in many key sectors in WA and across Australia and internationally. Paula is a strategically driven marketing and communication expert. She is passionate about the impact and power of social media and its use to promote and develop stakeholder engagement and brand promotion. Throughout her career she has created, developed and managed publications, websites, brands, events and generated sponsorship. Paula is a Director on the Boards of Heritage Perth and the EON Foundation and is an innovative, collaborative and values driven leader.
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